AT&T and Sprint Commit to LG Optimus G
AT&T and Sprint today both announced plans to sell the LG Optimus G smartphone later this year. Neither provided pricing or availability details, but AT&T noted that it will offer the 8-megapixel camera variant of the Optimus G, while Sprint will offer the 13-megapixel variant. The Optimus G, announced several weeks ago, has a 4.7-inch display, Android 4.0, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor.
Hands-On: LG Optimus G
LG brought the Optimus G to New York City and Phone Scoop took it for a spin. Here are our initial thoughts on LG's latest flagship smartphone.
Review: LG Optimus G for Sprint
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Sprint's Optimus G Follows AT&T's on Nov. 11, Also $199
Sprint today revealed launch plans for its variant of the LG Optimus G. Sprint will begin taking preorders for the Optimus G on November 1.
Looks Cheap ....
The Optimus Series has been hit or miss even at the entry level market it had been targeted for.
I really want there to be more competition than the usual suspects Apple, Samsung, HTC etc... But the other manufacturers have not been stepping up to the plate and its not like they had to write the OS... Google handed it to them gift wrapped and on a silver platter ...
Put MORE thought into the look and feel of the device. Make it more than functional, make it beautiful without being an over styled mess and if you must mark your territory on the OS and bloat it out with a skin .... ...
Put MORE thought into the look and feel of the device. Make it more than functional, make it beautiful without being an over styled mess and if you must mark your territory on the OS and bloat it out with a skin ...